Katie Beswick/ Julia King/ Antoine Picon
City centres have experienced an exodus. Social distancing has emptied work places and theatres, and transformed the way we move through parks, streets, and supermarkets. At the same time, lockdown has meant that we are ever-present in our own homes. How can we plan for a future where human beings can share both public and private spaces? We discuss what this new COVID-19 world might look like.
Author and Senior Lecturer in Drama, University of Exeter
Research Fellow, LSE Cities
G. Ware Travelstead Professor of the History of Architecture and Technology, Harvard Graduate School of Design
Fellow, Forum for Philosophy & Professor, University of the Arts London
Recorded on 8 February 2021
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